$10 in Free Best Buy Credit With Single Tweet Via Amex

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As I wrote about yesterday, American Express is running all sorts of coupons//savings with Twitter. Most require that you spend a certain amount and then you get a credit applied automatically to your Amex statement.

However, one of the newest is $10 off a $10 purchase at Best Buy. So basically, you can get $10 in free stuff, which is pretty sweet for spending a minute to sign up and 5 seconds to Tweet. Not bad since it’s free to sign up and they confirm your registration via Tweet with a link to the T&C. Seems pretty straight forward.

Quantities are limited so to get in on this deal:

1) Sync your Amex card and Twitter account here. (If you need one, you can create a Twitter account here)
2) Then send a Tweet with #AmexBestBuy10

My tweet

3) They will confirm in a Tweet back with a link to the T&C

Promo confirmation Tweet-back
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4) Make sure you follow me @Thepointsguy! (Okay, that may not be necessary for this promo, but you should anyway!)

Hat tip TPG Twitter follower @Bitachu!

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